Self Auditing in a Continuous Improvement Culture


Pasco, Gregory K.; Brown, Vivian S.   (1989, ASQC)   Intel Corp., Folsom, CA; Intel Corp., Santa Clara, CA

Annual Quality Congress, Toronto, Ontario, Canada    Vol. 43    No. 0
QICID: 3679    May 1989    pp. 912-915
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Article Abstract

Verification auditing is no longer the only auditing game in town! Recognizing the limitations of traditional centralized corporate auditing, Intel corporation has redefined the audit function into a comprehensive audit system which includes an innovative, distributed self audit system.

This paper shows how several new and exciting concepts were developed and reduced to practice, producing a practical Self Audit System that drives continuous improvements. The goal is to establish this new self-audit culture as a practical part of Intel's continuous improvement process at the individual "content expert" level.


Continuous quality improvement (CQI),Quality audit

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